Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1969-02-12
* - 11:29 minutes of the Alligator Jam > Caution segment were missing from the previously seeded version of this show and have been patched into the current version from an alternate partial SBD source containing the Alligator ====> Feedback segment and bearing the same lineage + one cassette gen. The corresponding Feedback segment of the alternate SBD source is also missing approximately 2:00 minutes of Feedback that are actually present in the current version before any patching from the alternate SBD source. The current version would then appear to contain the complete Alligator ====> Feedback segment of the show for a total timing of 28:54.
The disc picks up with the last 04:59 of Dark Star. If Deadbase XI is accurate, this disc is missing Dupree's, Mountains of the Moon and the better part of Dark Star.Total disc time prior to patching in the missing 11:29 from the alternate SBD source is 57:03. Total time per Deadlists and Eaton's list is 84:00. If the Eaton version is missing the 11:29 minutes of the Alligator Jam > Caution patched from the alternate SBD source, this could logically account for the resulting 27 minute time difference.
Somehow the Grateful Dead
condense about 3 hours of music into this set.
Subject: Today 50 years ago
I consider it a great privilege to be part of this community celebrating what I believe is the greatest music and music scene ever.
Subject: Sound and sound are two different things
Subject: THEY PLAYED WELL
THAT IS WHAT YOU CALL UNDERSTATEMENT
Subject: happy show anniversary
Would be great to hear whatever's missing someday - that Dark Star we catch up to sounds pretty vibrant!
Subject: The boogey-Man
Subject: almost there...
Subject: Alligator Jam
Subject: nice sound
Subject: With Janis before or after?
Subject: Don't miss out on this one........
Subject: i'll slap my endorsement on this one
i mean i used to not like it when the eleven was sung but this show made me reconsider
everthing from this is out o' line
Subject: the other ones
Killer Dupree, with Jerry on high end harmonies.. this entire show features them in PRIME connection with one another, and the spacey jams will flip you out.
acquire this one through any means possible.
Beautiful Alligator with everyone on and a big fat finish.
Thanks to everyone for this site, it's one of the jewels of the net. If you had anything to do with it then you are a star - Go to bed knowing you were/are part of something brilliant - w
Subject: William Tell Is Dancing In His Grave!
They just sound so alive and passionate.
It's sad to compare this to the last 1995 show on Archive, but I guess that's death for you. And, as we know too well, "Death Don't Have No Mercy."
Subject: This is a great show
Subject: The Eleven
This one rages and changes gears like a Viola Lee Blues.
Subject: This is a Released Show...
I lost those discs, so just as curiosity I looked for it, so I'm glad they'ree still streaming!!!
As with all the other reviewers, I echo their sentiments. Stephen>11 is HOT.
5 stars for SURE.
Subject: What pace!
Subject: This may be my favorite 11 ever....
Subject: phil lesh is a harmony-geometric genius
Subject: buried treasure
unfortunate but what's here is mighty tasty. The Alligator>Caution is the real centerpiece. Recommended download.